Little Herb Gardens: Simple Secrets for Glorious Gardens--indoors and Out

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Chronicle Books, 1993 - Container gardening. - 96 pages
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The age-old art of cultivating home-grown herbs comes alive in "Little Herb Gardens," with all the information needed to grow productive herb gardens year round in even the smallest spaces. Delectable recipes for such treats as herb-infused oils and vinegars, herb-scented biscotti, and herb-flavored sorbets, as well as a resource directory, a bibliography, and an index, complete this uniquely stylish volume.

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User Review  - E.J - LibraryThing

Definitely had good specific information, but I thought there would be more of a variety since the book was all about herbs. If you're looking for a beginners how-to on planting standard herbs, this ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
7
Characteristics of Herbs
9
About Growing Herbs
16
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Georgeanne Brennan grew up in Southern California and attended the San Diego State University, the University of Aix-Marseille in Provence, and the University of California at San Diego. After returning to California to start a teaching position, Brennan and a friend started a vegetable seed company that they promoted with a recipe-filled catalog. The pair struck success and began writing weekly columns for the San Jose Mercury News and the San Francisco Chronicle. Brennan published Apertif: Recipes for Simple Pleasure in the French Style, which won the Julia Child Cookbook Award in the Food & Spirits Category and The Food and Flavors of Haute Provence, which won the James Beard Award in the International Category.

Luebbermann raises specialty produce and sheep at her Windrush Farms homestead.

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